training the lights on wrestling and Salman Khan celebrating the sport into common consciousness there is little to rejoice for 70-year-old T.J. George, the city’s sultan of wrestling. He has been a
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My brothers were really into skateboarding as kids, but I was never tempted to get my own board and join them.
Besides having no confidence that I’d ever be able to successfully master the sport, I knew that trying it out would only lead to broken bones and pain for me. I may have been a wimp, but I was proven right when my younger brother needed surgery after one particularly nasty accident.
While these people clearly love riding skateboards, they’d likely be the first to tell you that it definitely isn’t for the faint of heart.
1. I can’t stop cringing.
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2. Watching this in slow motion makes it so much worse.
Mom tries dropping in on a skateboard. It…doesn’t go well
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